Tim’s Top Links – 3/1/19

Here in New Jersey, we’ve been waiting for snow ALL winter, and got NOTHING.  As soon as the calendar flips to March, and everyone is looking forward to spring: HERE’S THAT SNOW YOU WANTED!  Welcome to March in New Jersey!

Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:

‘Emergency Savings’ – Tom Mullooly – Mullooly Asset Management 

  • Over the years, we’ve heard some pretty *unique* takes on where people keep their emergency savings.  Tom breaks down what should constitute emergency savings and what should not.

‘Killer Vees’ – Michael Batnick – The Irrelevant Investor

  • Since 1970, there have now been nine ‘V-shaped’ bottoms.  As Michael describes, these are ‘killers’ for investors.  Find out what these V-shaped bottoms have in common in regards to their place in a market cycle.

‘Setting Goals to Push Past Your Comfort Zone’ – Maureen D. Wright – Huber Financial

  • Maureen talks about setting goals, and not just any goals – but SMART goals, to help break through your comfort zone.  Whether it’s a professional achievement, or personal, goal setting is key.

‘Not Caring: A Unique and Powerful Skill’ – Morgan Housel – Collaborative Fund

  • Being smart is rarely a reason for outperformance when investing.  Being able to not care if you look/feel stupid, or doing what others are unwilling to do are far more likely to help you stand out from the rest.


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